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and then the weekend. i'm mike hydeck, closes and delays this morning already. first off federal government workers you are open today but employees have the option of unscheduled leave or tell work. >> in virginia the school districts are closed today -- >> while the schools in -- have a two hour delay. we're going to continue to update these on our website and the ticker on the bottom of your screen. heads up monika is off today. beverly farmer is going to have traffic in a moment and howard starts us off. >>> it's going to be later this afternoon. maybe early afternoon out west toward the shenandoah valley, i- 81 corridor into the mountains. i think mid-afternoon here in d.c. and it doesn't look like a lot. maybe an inch, two, that's about it. tough to get excited snow lovers but we will have some snow in the air and certainly it's cold enough whatever falls is going to be sticking on untreated surfaces. here's a look ott the day planner. we're starting with the clouds. you know by early afternoon, we could have some areas seeing some light snow developing even 1:00 but that should be west of town.
of santa maria. nbc's mike taibbi reports. >> reporter: the kiss nightclub was packed with the usual saturday night crowd when at 2:00 in the morning, a disaster. the ground floor was filled with smoke. club security initially blocked several emergency exits, thinking patrons were leaving without paying and that left only a few ways out. in the ensuing panic, many victims were trampled, others died of smoke inhalation. witnesses told police the fire was sparked by a pyrotechnics show on stage, according to nick ravenskroft of itv news. >> the stunt on stage with the flare made the ceiling catch fire. >> reporter: whatever the precise cause, the fire spread incredibly quickly as the crowd struggled to find ways to safety. some clubgoers who did make it out, joined firemen and onlookers in their attempts to open new escape routes using sledge hammers and axes, but it was too late for many inside. does of victims were carried to arising ambulances, if they survived. santa maria's major trauma hospital was quickly overwhelmed. >> translator: the injured are scattered around the hospital.
are still out of work. my next guest knows exactly how they feel. mike is a business owner who lost everything in 2008. i mean everything. now he's overcome that financial ruin and runs two businesses with revenues worth $50 million. congratulations. >> thank you. >> it's been a roller coaster ride. you've known tony for 17 years. and you've been up and down in that period of time. >> correct. >> tell me quickly the journey you've been on. >> i started off coming from a very challenging background, single mother, raised by a single mother. had no education. and really, no hope. and what i always say, i was lucky that i was put in front of an icon of empowerment. >> he is. every time i interview him, i feel empowered. >> that's true. what he is is an incredible educator. by the grace of the universe i was able to fall in the lap of this educator. he helped get me out of that place where i was, where there was no home. >> he was homeless at the time. what i love about mike's story, is mike just didn't help himself, he started a small business to start with. one of the young women who
many of the country facing frigid temperatures. mike to be inch is out braving the cold for us in chicago. i guess the firefighters are as well, right, mike? >> reporter: they certainly are. there is this remarkable choir in chicago that has turned into an ice castle because of all the water that the fire fighters have sprayed on this giant warehouse that burst into flames. the bad news is that fire won't go out. it rekindled overnight. the firefighters had to get out in the bitter cold of this morning and continue to spray water despite all the ice that accumulates on their ladder trucks and things of that nature. they brought out something now called a deluge pump so they can dump even more water on top of it and that's creating its own problem. this is an old warehouse, the ice is heavy, there is risk of the collapse of that structure. the good news is with five alarm fires you won't necessarily have guys inside. it is dangerous and it's throwing a lot of resources for the chicago firefighters, jon. jon: the rest of the country, how is everybody doing? >> reporter: it is so
to towson. this is the west side, everything will be up to speed. mike masco said it's starting to snow in wood lawn. get on facebook and twitter and let us know about the weather in your neighborhood. no delays interstate 70. clear from columbia pike to the beltway or if you are traveling west out towards frederick. that's a look at the time saver traffic, meagan and charlie, over to you. >>> we have health news this morning, the prevalence of childhood obesity is changing the way doctors think about type 2 diabetes, guidelines is created to manage kids ages 10- 18 years old. the guidelines recommends treating with insulin at the time of diagnosis in all kids with high blood glucose levels. met tamorphine is recommended and a lifestyle modification program and diet and physical activity. >>> norovirus is spreading through food or drink. you can get it if you touch a contaminated object. there is no vaccination, your best bet of prevention is wash your hands. if you feel sick, do not go to work and immediately go see your doctor. >>> delay of a game that no one could have called. >> a b
as soon as possible. scott, thank you very such. >> to washington, mike, what is holding things up in. >> a great question. the senate is scheduled to vote on the sandy relief funding on monday at 5:30 p.m. almost two weeks after the house passed a more than $50 billion package. that was back on january 15th. here's a sample of the bipartisan emotion we heard from lawmakers from the new york metropolitan area that day. >> please remember that, when you -- cast your vote today, these are americans in need that are counting on us to stand up and do the right thing. regardless of whether you're from a state that has had disasters or note. >> people lost their homes, cars, jobs, their entire neighborhood, and there should not be different standards for different storms. or for different regions. >> while sandy victims are in the freezing cold, as you have seen from those two previous live reports, the senate has yet to act on this bill. earlier this week the senate majority leader, the person that calls up legislation for a vote, made this promise. >> the senate will continue to help our
administration. i've never seen anything like it. mike wallis did me on "60 minutes" and it was a fair and tough interview, but it was great and he became a friend of mine after that actually. but this interview was, you know, all love. >> steve: it was all love. there are some who have said, you know, from the very beginning, it seemed like the clintons and mr. obama came to some sort of agreement. all right, you're going to sign on and help campaign. there is going to be a payoff down the line. do you think this could be part of that? >> well, i don't know exactly what's going on. i certainly don't know what's going on with "60 minutes" because i think nobody has been on" 60 minutes" more than obama. every time you turn it on, he's there. >> gretchen: 15 times with steve croft. >> it's got to be some sort of record. it has to be a record. i've never seen a tough question asked. nobody asks any tough questions. they talk about how well the world is doing. the world is a disaster. it's been a total catastrophe and nobody asks the tough questions. i never saw such laughing and smiling. >> brian:
can't plunge but lots of folks are stepping in to help the man jimmy mike. >> he was an original such sup jumping into the cold water every hour for 24 hours but two years ago jimmy got leukemia and hasn't been able to plunge. he won't be able to plunge this year either but others will plunge for him. >> i am trying to get healthy. >> jimmy cannot plunge this year because he is recovering from leukemia therapy. and weaver going to do some of his -- and we're going to do some of his fundraising for him. >> meet ed parks and they make up team jimmy. they will not only plunge every hour but two times an hour, 48 times in 24 hours. they hope to raise $30,000 for special olympics. jimmy my rack is their inspiration. >> i had the opportunity to meet him at a photoshoot we did for the special olympics and learned then how much energy he has and how he really was a natural around people and how he inspired others. >> ralph and ed work at aerotech and these fliers are all over the place asking for donations. >> we hope to raise $30,000 as a team. >> for jimmy he is so thankful and proud.
and then -- are you ready, skee-daddy? time for the "lightning round" on cramer's "mad money." mike in new york. mike. >> caller: hello, dr. jim cramer. snoefius. can you tell me about it? >> yes. i thought the quarter wasn't that bad. they're rurng the t.a.r.p. money. the street didn't like it. street long. i am a buyer of synovus. let's go to todd in florida. todd. >> caller: jim, i love accenture, acm -- >> you're right to love it. >> buy buy buy! >> people decided the quarter was better than expected even though it wasn't. that stock goes higher as doesa cy p. ricky in california. rick. >> caller: ba-ba-ba-boo-yah, jimmy. >> nice stuttering boo-yah. >> caller: high sierra. >> lot of oil there. >> caller: my stock is -- >> i think the yield curve's going to be favorable to them. let's go to paul in colorado. paul. >> caller: boo-yah, national oil -- >> people think the national oil is going to have a bad quarter next week. scuttlebutt. if that is the case -- >> buy buy buy! >> because this company is the best rigged technology in the world i like it. let's go to richard in north carolina. >> calle
i take the mike and let the gop have it. macho man rodney savage style. >> we have to expand our appeal. >> what are you going to do with macho man joe biden? >> renew our party, grow our ranks, and win elections. >> look at the last election. we are losing dramatically the hispanic vote, which we think should be ours. >> we can't get rattled. we won't play the villain in his morality plays. >> we can't go on forever with 11 million people living in this country in the shadows in an illegal status. >> anti-government ideologues. >> sometimes we will have to reject the president's proposals. >> that if you do not believe in government then you will not vote for most things that come up, and they haven't. >> speaking of change, what's up with michelle's bangs? her bangs! what is she, a guest star on "new girl." >> i wanted to publicly stay thank you. she will go down as one of the finest secretary of states. >> she was gildy. >> a lot of love between the best friends forever. >> no political tea leaves? >> we haven't got some tea. >> if he had a clinton presidency, i think we would
at night. we have great products that can help you get z's. joining us now is psycho therapist dr. mike dowd. thank you for coming in. a lot of people have trouble sleeping. you have natural tips. first i want to ask, why do people have so much difficulty sleeping now? >> our busy society has us on 24/7 cycle. they are checking iphones in the middle of the night all night. that blue light and the stress we are expected to be on 24-hours a day is flooding our brains with cortisol stress hormones that is preventing our brains from wanting to shut down and get good restful sleep. >> not just television but blackberrys and all those things in addition to stress really makes sleeping tougher. >> what is really interesting electronics the blackberrys iphones i pads reading in bed it has a wave length that is the kind of light that is the worst for us. >> tell us about this juice. you have to drink it. it is a little bitter. >> you can have the juice 8 ounces or you can find the juice in a concentrate. you want to take this an hour before bed. 8 ounces for the juice 1 ounce if you are getting
, congressional colleague, and friend, mike honda, who exemplified what it means to be a public servant. [cheers and applause] mike has exempt mid -- exemplified what it means to be a ser vent, and especially as congressman from california's 15th district. [applause] let me tell you something, i had an opportunity to serve in congress with mike and watched his add vo cosigh and passion and commitment to his constituents to diversity, to making sure that we keep our citizens safe from harm, and it has been an absolute privilege to serve, and i will continue to serve side by side with him on the house committee on appropriations. mike is a fearless leader, answering the call to serve throughout his career. work on issues from education and transporation to civil rights and national service advanced the causes of the party immeasurably. please join me in thanking our retiring officers. they have done a remarkable service for the entire country. [applause] now let me introduce our slate of new dnc officers. they are a talented, dedicated and passionate group of people who will strengthen and energiz
sit home and get get debt. they have become lazy. host: my on our republicans line. -- mike on our republican line. caller: i want to comment on the prescription pills on our state. we have an epidemic in our state where you cannot even leave your home to go to the store. if you leave your house in a war area -- in a rural area, you could go away for two weeks. now when you leave your home people will draw your home, anything you haven't. when they do catch these guys for breaking and entering, cable just get a slap on hand a few times and put them back on the street. you have the same problem again. the gun issue is if you do not have any weapons in your home, these people will come in with shotguns. then you have to defend yourself. if you do not have any firearms in your home. these people are animals, they did not care what they do the people. it is unreal. it is like a little epidemic going on. it undermines the young people in our states. these people are military age where they go into the military. it's kind of like an attack on our society. it sure does weaken the populati
, the nation magazine. victoria an nbc latino con tr contribut contributor. mike, the executive director of the schoolkill center and peggy executive director of west harlem environmental education. so nice to have all of you at the table. folks who follow the story know the second part of the story is that the president is deposed by a military coup last year in 2012. the thing i love and hate about that story is yep, that's exactly the problem. we can't make big, sustainable international green policy because we are fighting, literally fighting over islands sinking into the ocean. here, too, we are continuing to fight over all these policy questions and politics questions and missing the big story, the big story that is affecting all of us. is there any way to get us refocused on international inner generational, sustainable and international? >> climate change. we all have skin and neck in it. polls show 49% of americans believe that climate change is occurring and that people have caused it. 24% say it's climate change, but not from people. i'm not sure what science people are waitin
st. what do we do now? mike lee joining me from capitol hill. senator lee, thanks for coming on. you know, i think a lot of americans are surprised to hear right now that we still have sequestering in place with all the rangeling going on in the last couple days. what's the plan? >> you know, at this point, there's no plan on the table because the attention has all been focused on the debt limit issue, and two are related, of course, because, ultimately, it's not the debt limit itself the problem. it is the spending that goes on propelling us forward with having the raise the debt limit every six to 18 months because we can't get spending under control. passing this in 2011, raised the debt limit then, put in place automatic cuts to kick in if the super committee dbt have a proposal. they are about to kick in. >> what do you think is going to happen? what's the talk? >> you know, there's a lot of talk in congress about the need to move towards targeted cuts of the same amount as what were called for in the sequesters. that takes a disproportionally large bite out of the defense infra
, i need a mike? hello, hello. >> as they said in the 20 70 campaign, help is on the way. [laughter] so when the mike wasn't working i told all sorts of embarrassing secrets about jay nordlinger and i trust all of you got them in full lurid detail. this past week has been a momentous week. president obama was sworn in to a second term. i guess what made the news is beyonce apparently lip synced throughout the inaugural. not as widely reported was the fact that president obama did as well. who knew that his teleprompter could play music? we saw this week an ode to liberalism, unabashed, unapologetic, i have to say sitting there it occurred to me somewhere the sea must be rising now. and it is easy for us as conservatives to look at the november election and that exhult -- exultant, unabashed embrace of the left and to have a moment's despair. let me say this room is critical to preventing that to happen. "national review" has a lornings -- long, long history of standing athwart history and yelling "halt." we can stop this. we can turn it around and in fact i am right now incredibly,
, it puts more on the others. that's why mike's so absolutely correct. >> let me talk to you about drones, this has been a fascination of mine, the increase of drones and but is it doing more harm than good the increased in drones. they are extraordinarily effective and they're a tool that we have to do. the problem is, every time you take a shot, you need to do a calculati calculation. and i think we have done that in the past. we didn't put american boots on the ground, we didn't accept risk. it can lower the threshold for decision making to take action. >> civilians get killed. the program really kind of stepped up in mid 2008 and it got stronger as time went on. now i would suggest to you in 2008, we were very much focused on what were clearly imminent threats against the homeland, because we saw what was going on inside al qaeda training camps. so for that period of time, and for a period of time afterwards, that was a compelling concern. that was the one that drove your actions, even though you knew you had secondary effects out here that one day you're going to have to live with. i
. over three-quarters of republicans voted no. the tea partier mike lee has introduced an amendment to the senate bill to demand a disaster aid be offset by spending cuts. the conservative lub for growth piled on the pressure urging republicans to vote no and offering a dire warning that their decision would be reflected on the club's dreaded 2013 congressional score card. even the power hour emergency new jersey g proved -- >> we have potentially really great candidates. we don't need pretenders. we don't need frauds like chris christie, and that's exactly what he is. any governor can help his state if he gets tens of billions of dollars from the federal government, but we need a real leader in this nation, want this joke. >> nor could chris christie escape a scolding from senator ran paul. >> i think the over the top give me my money kind of stuff, i want all $60 billion now or i'm going to throw a tantrum, that won't play well in a republican primary. we realize the whole idea is even for disaster funds, most republicans think it should be paid for. >> jonathan, resident of new j
posted on facebook. mike says, not too far in implementing safety measures preventative and responding to emergencies, overreacting, expelling 5-year-olds for talking about bubble making guns. kathy says, way too far. that's stupid and lacks common sense of a 5-year-old. we asked the question on our website, 82% said, yes, and 18% said, no. log on to gerriwillis.com. gene writes, "the energy department is wasting billions to keep itself going. if we have to invest in wild ideas, get rid of half the department of energy. they have 16,000 federal blows on the payroll and 90,000 contract employees, and nobody knows what they all really do." al says, "tired of politicians talking about medicare and social security being the only way to save money. have every federal employee pay their own health insurance like in the private sector. that, alone, comes close to balancing the budget in 2013. now to pay for the $16 trillion plus in debt, do the same for the pension plans." i wish. cor ray says, "congress needs cang l how to negotiate, how to get along with others, the importance of working, a
for the first time. chief congressional correspondent mike emanuel on the hill. this hearing will begin in a matter of minutes. when it does, mike, what are some of the key answers that these senators want to hear today? >> reporter: lawmakers i talked to say they have a number of fundamental questions they want to ask secretary clinton. for example on the night of the september 11th attack in benghazi what was her personal involvement? they note this facility in benghazi had been attacked on june 6th, three months before the 9/11 attack. they want to know what she knew about that and what she did about. they want to ask why she was not the one to go on the sunday morning political talk shows. instead it was sues san rice blaming a video. heading into these hearings there are many, many questions. >> why aren't we spending money to guard americans who put their lives on the line and leave their families and go out to leave for work in the foreign services? shouldn't our priority be to make sure americans are protected first before we give american taxpayer dollars to countries that don'
it is sunday, january 27th i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm mike mibach. walked out of the house to grab the paper today, felt the wind and cold. let's check if with rosemary. >> good morning, to you. pretty start to the day. 15 minutes until the official sunrise. mike mentioned, it is cold and brisk. for the afternoon mostly sunny skies. temperatures will be cooler than what we felt on saturday. i will line up your numbers and show you what i see coming up. >>> we begin with a developing story of a tragedy in south america. at least 245 people are now dead in a nightclub fire in southern brazil. we want to show you the first pictures of the aftermath that are coming into our newsroom. the fire broke out at the kiss nightclub during a concert. that club reached maximum capacity with up to 2,000 party goers inside. the casualty toll is expected to climb. at least 200 pay tree quantities were hurt. a nearby gym has been turned into a makeshift morgue. investigators say it's too early still to figure out the cause of the fire. stay tuned throughout county -- stay tuned to ktvu throughout the morning
. otherwise it's not worth the effort, in his mind. >> mike pence delivers his first state of the state address tonight. we'll have that live for you at 7:00 p.m. eastern here on c-span. tomorrow, secretary of state hillary clinton testifies on capitol hill on the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. first up, she's before the senate foreign relations committee. that's live at 9:00 a.m. eastern on c-span3. then, in the afternoon the secretary before the house foreign affairs committee. that's set to get under way at 2:00 p.m. eastern. again, both of those hearings live on c-span3. also, c-span.org tomorrow. also tomorrow, the house will postpone a decision, will debate a bill postponing on raising the nation's debt ceiling. you saw pete sessions, the rules committee chairman, filing that rule on the house floor a moment ago. they met this afternoon to discuss the flan which would require both chambers of commerce to pass a budget plan by april 15 or have their salaries withheld. the debt at $16.4 trillion. the meeting is an hour and 20 minutes. >> i want to welcome our -- th
over the mike or targeting, but in a close race, this is the future, and we got whipped. >> one quick question, and we are all going to give very quick replies. >> we have to talk about this in smaller terms. this is the land of liberty, but our own government is stifling it in every walk of life -- i am a physician. lyndon johnson has destroyed american healthcare, the health- care profession. i had a 450-pound man the other day telling me to f myself because i kept pressing him to become healthy. if he did, he would lose his social security disability income. the other day, mike i.t. employee, bright young kid, high-school graduate, just got himself $110,000 job -- my i.t. employee. got his home loan pulled because he had a squabble with a crooked builder. dropped the house, gave away his $1,000, but he built a house, and he cannot buy it because the bank tanked his loan. this guy is the most reliable thing you could ever imagine, and then we read that dodd- frank and obama would not allow it. do we have to find these stories where our own government is killing us every day? >> yes
out. let's check on the drive with mike. >> good flow of traffic. we see fog at the high rise. the hayward side. slow coming out of fremont. the interchange with 92. 680 south also slow. the freeways slow. the northbound route through the south bay, a problem. new accident 85 at 17. also 17 right around alma. back to you. >> appreciate the update. we'll be back with another update at 7:56. see you then. morning. it's the 23rd of january, 2013. that's a shot of erie, pennsylvania. fresh snow on the ground there. the temperature just 10 degrees. let's take you to washington. pretty shot of the capitol. it's a cold one there, too. 16 degrees for folks waking up in our nation's capital. here in new york city, a balmy 13 degrees. we'll get to al's forecast in just a moment. meantime, inside studio 1a, what is it, 70 degrees? >> inside the studio, yeah. so cold waking up in new york city -- >> their beaks are frozen. exactly right. >> anyway, we'll have more about that. >>> here is a question for you. constantly wrestling your spouse, girlfriend, boyfriend for control of the thermos
of our armed forces and national guard, members of the consular corps, governor mike lowry, and governor christine gregoire, and all of my fellow washingtonians, this we know, our world is changing faster and more dramatically than ever before. once in a lifetime events now seem to happen with startling regularity. we've seen the greatest financial crisis since the great depression, natural disasters fueled by climate change, and unimaginable human tragedies like sandy hook elementary. but we also bear witness to rapid breakthroughs in technology, medicine, and the fundamental understanding of our universe. every day i am left in awe at how much we are able to achieve, and heartbroken over the tragedies that we have had to endure. we truly live in extraordinary times. we also live in an extraordinary state, filled with extraordinary people. where the world sees uncertainty, we washingtonians see opportunity. and we all feel a profound responsibility to our children and our grandchildren. we have a spirit of innovation here in washington that has changed the world, from aerospace to softw
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